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    sea doo fuel switch on slt 750

    Last season bought a seadoo fuel switch for my 95' slt 750, becuase apperently its a direct replacement. An i just read in some other threads that the settings on the seadoo switch are slightly off. Does this cause for a lean condition? What adjustments can be made to get the swtich correct.


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Only problem is position direction. No other issues. What's "off" for stock Polaris is reserve for the SD, that's it. Depending how you plumb it.

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    So the only diffrence is the SD switch is labeled diffrently than the old polaris switch? Or am i wrong?

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    Pretty much. The hull label will be wrong. Instead of left, down and right being used. The SD wil be up right and down. That's all.

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    I guess a green hulkster will start printing up new decals soon??? Anybody got the equipment?

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    [email protected] i didnt know that!!!! Could i have caused a lean condition becuase assumed the SD fuel switch was the exact same at the old polaris switch?

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    If it was off, you wouldn't run. If you thought you were on reserve, and it was on the main, it could've been sucking up a little air. My gut would say no though, to you causing a lean condition.

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